Posted by: Bethany Davis | July 27, 2009

Columbus, Georgia, Date Nights: Part 2

Continuing on with our suggestions of what to do in Columbus….

4. The Cannon + Cottonmouths
The Cannon (1041 Broadway) is a great local family-style pub in the heart of downtown Columbus. They serve calzones, pizzas, burger and a great selection of beers. Not too far away is the Cottonmouth Stadium (400 4th St.) for a professional hockey game. (Season runs from late October to late March) Cheer for the Snakes and you’re likely to see some good fights break out. If you’ve got a little extra cash, split a large Dippin’ Dots. ☺

5. Chef Lee’s + AMF Bowling
Living in Columbus, you have the opportunity to eat the #7 Chinese restaurant in the US. Wow! Chef Lee’s (6100 Bradley Park IMG_3413Dr) has quick service and an amazing menu. Dinner portions are plentiful and perfect for splitting. Be sure to walk over the aquarium in floor in the middle of the restaurant! A couple intersections away is the AMF Peach Lanes (1636 Bradley Park Dr). They have some deals after 9pm and host Xtreme bowling on the weekends.

6. Mario’s + Springer Opera House
Mario’s (1010 Broadway) is probably my favorite restaurant in Columbus, and where I went for my bachlorette dinner. They have authentic Greek and Mediterranean dishes and live music some evenings. Walk around the corner at you’re at the 136-year-old Springer Opera House (103 10th Street). Support the arts and buy tickets directly off their website. We saw Peter Pan here, and loved it!

Part 3 coming soon!



  1. sounds like you guys are having a great time! 🙂 May the Lord continue to pour out His blessings upon you!

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